Testimonials

  • I learnt a lot more about framing and taking reflection photos.
    Rachel, age 11
  •  I learnt how to change the shutter speed to capture rain drops, and also how to take an amazing reflection photo
    Hadi, age 12
  •  The course was interesting, imaginative and immense!
    Joshua, age 14
  •  I learnt how to change the aperture and how to take a water shot
    Ammara, age 13

Course: Capturing Colour

Date: Monday 13th August

Time: 10:00 – 16:00

Ages: 8-13 with 1 parent per family

Fee: £60 for one child and adult, £30 per extra child/adult

(Camera hire available for an additional £5)

Today’s course focuses on finding the colour in our every day surroundings and capturing it through our camera lenses creatively.  Our students will learn how to use camera mechanics such as aperture and shutter speed to make their images pop and we will visit the Museum’s Great British Seaside photography exhibition to view Martin Parr’s colourful seaside images to inspire us. Our students will finish the day with a colourful set of inspiring images.

*Please pack a lunch

Booking

Call 020 8312 6608 Mon-Fri; 9am-4pm or email Bookings@rmg.co.uk to book your place. 

https://www.rmg.co.uk/see-do/exhibitions-events/summer-photography-courses

 

The National Maritime Museum (NMM) in Greenwich, London, is the leading maritime museum of the United Kingdom and may be the largest museum of its kind in the world. The historic buildings form part of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site, and it also incorporates the Royal Observatory and 17th-century Queen’s House.

Since earliest times Greenwich has had associations with the sea and navigation. It was a landing place for the Romans; Henry VIII lived here; 

the navy has roots on the waterfront. The Museum has the most important holdings in the world on the history of Britain at sea comprising more than two million items. Its British portraits collection is exceeded in size only by that of the National Portrait Gallery and its holdings relating to Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson and Captain James Cook, among many other individuals, are unrivalled.

  • Drop off is on Romney Road (A206) or Park Row, immediately outside the museum.
  • Parking can be found on Park Row Car Park (pay and display), the surrounding streets (pay and display) and the park.
  • Easy close access via train, DLR, bus and underground: please see – https://www.rmg.co.uk/plan-your-visit/getting-here

Address:

Park Row

Greenwich

London

SE10 9NF

Course: Looking for Landscapes

Date: Wednesday 15th August

Time: 10:00 – 16:00

Ages: 8-13 with 1 parent per family

Fee: £60 for one child and adult, £30 per extra child/adult

(Camera hire available for an additional £5)

Our students will learn how to capture landscapes in today’s course, though understanding camera settings and composition. We will visit the Museum’s Great British Seaside photography exhibition to view Simon Roberts’ landscape images, and discuss how the images can help us create our own inspiring landscapes. We will go over key compositional tools, and discuss how the aperture and camera settings will influence our images. Our students will finish the day with a great set of well thought out landscape images.

*Please pack a lunch

Booking

Call 020 8312 6608 Mon-Fri; 9am-4pm or email Bookings@rmg.co.uk to book your place. 

https://www.rmg.co.uk/see-do/exhibitions-events/summer-photography-courses

 

The National Maritime Museum (NMM) in Greenwich, London, is the leading maritime museum of the United Kingdom and may be the largest museum of its kind in the world. The historic buildings form part of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site, and it also incorporates the Royal Observatory and 17th-century Queen’s House.

Since earliest times Greenwich has had associations with the sea and navigation. It was a landing place for the Romans; Henry VIII lived here; 

the navy has roots on the waterfront. The Museum has the most important holdings in the world on the history of Britain at sea comprising more than two million items. Its British portraits collection is exceeded in size only by that of the National Portrait Gallery and its holdings relating to Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson and Captain James Cook, among many other individuals, are unrivalled.

  • Drop off is on Romney Road (A206) or Park Row, immediately outside the museum.
  • Parking can be found on Park Row Car Park (pay and display), the surrounding streets (pay and display) and the park.
  • Easy close access via train, DLR, bus and underground: please see – https://www.rmg.co.uk/plan-your-visit/getting-here

Address:

Park Row

Greenwich

London

SE10 9NF

Course: People and Portraits

Date: Saturday 18th August

Time: 10:00 – 16:00

Ages: 8-13 with 1 parent per family

Fee: £60 for one child and adult, £30 per extra child/adult

(Camera hire available for an additional £5)

It’s all about finding the right timing and composition in today’s course. Our students will learn how to look for a photo in their surroundings, and how to capture people at their best. We will visit the Museum’s Great British Seaside photography exhibition to view David Hurn’s inspiring images, discussing his documentary approach and how we can reflect it in our own images. Our students will learn how to photograph in black and white and how aperture and focus affects their portraits. Our students will finish the day with a set of images taken both in a studio setting and outdoors, showing off their new knowledge of portraiture and light.

*Please pack a lunch 

Booking

Call 020 8312 6608 Mon-Fri; 9am-4pm or email Bookings@rmg.co.uk to book your place. 

https://www.rmg.co.uk/see-do/exhibitions-events/summer-photography-courses

 

The National Maritime Museum (NMM) in Greenwich, London, is the leading maritime museum of the United Kingdom and may be the largest museum of its kind in the world. The historic buildings form part of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site, and it also incorporates the Royal Observatory and 17th-century Queen’s House.

Since earliest times Greenwich has had associations with the sea and navigation. It was a landing place for the Romans; Henry VIII lived here; 

the navy has roots on the waterfront. The Museum has the most important holdings in the world on the history of Britain at sea comprising more than two million items. Its British portraits collection is exceeded in size only by that of the National Portrait Gallery and its holdings relating to Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson and Captain James Cook, among many other individuals, are unrivalled.

  • Drop off is on Romney Road (A206) or Park Row, immediately outside the museum.
  • Parking can be found on Park Row Car Park (pay and display), the surrounding streets (pay and display) and the park.
  • Easy close access via train, DLR, bus and underground: please see – https://www.rmg.co.uk/plan-your-visit/getting-here

Address:

Park Row

Greenwich

London

SE10 9NF